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Series 17

Series 17, Episode 24 - Ushaw 24

3.0 7 x
In County Durham, Catherine Southon uncovers a collection of glass and stoneware, and David Fletcher finds a money box in the shape of a bulldog. Paul Martin visits the Oriental Museum.

Series 17, Episode 23 - Ushaw 23

4.0 5 x
Antiques expert David Fletcher is delighted by a 1950s toy plane, while James Lewis finds a 1940s menu from a famous Hollywood restaurant. Paul Martin visits the Mining Art Gallery in Bishop Auckland.

Series 17, Episode 21 - Ushaw 21

4.0 7 x
Today Flog It! comes from Ushaw in County Durham. Catherine Southon falls in love with a model of Muffin the Mule and David Fletcher is enchanted by a limited edition book by author JK Rowling.
Series 16

Series 16, Episode 48 - Culzean 50

3.0 7 x
Today Flog It! comes from Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, where Raj Bisram and Natasha Raskin Sharp are on hand to find a selection of objects to take to auction.

Series 15 - Reversions: Episode 11

3.0 4 x
A collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting St Albans, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the Platform in Morecambe and Grimsby Minster.
Series 17

Series 17, Episode 20 - Harrogate 20

4.0 7 x
Flog It! comes from Allerton Castle, North Yorkshire. Raj Bisram falls for a silver claret jug, while David Harper uncovers a Roger Moore signature.

Series 17, Episode 19

4.0 3 x
Members of the public try and make money out of their antiques.
Series 14
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Series 14, Episode 7 - Falmouth 9

3.0 8 x
Antiques series. Experts Charles Hanson and Caroline Hawley join presenter Paul Martin at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, based in Falmouth.
Series 17

Series 17, Episode 15

4.0 5 x
Today Flog It! comes from Tilbury Docks in Essex. Antique experts Elizabeth Talbot and Philip Serrell search for items to take off to auction.

Series 17, Episode 9

3.0 5 x
Today Flog It! is at the Old College, part of Aberystwyth University on the west coast of Wales. Paul Martin discovers how the myth of Merlin is at the heart of Wales.
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